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| A visitor from - posted Tue February 22, 2011:|
Seems kind of high up to still have slats deployed!
| A visitor from United States posted Sat February 12, 2011:|
That's awesome I love this photo!
| A visitor from United States posted Wed December 29, 2010:|
Amazing shot, the shot looks like something out of Star Wars and that you are landing on Coruscant!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu November 25, 2010:|
Fantastic.Heavy clouds,worlds highest building at tne bottom and boeing 777...
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri November 5, 2010:|
Daniel,how does it feel to sit next to GE-90?
| A visitor from Germany posted Sun September 12, 2010:|
What a fantastic picture!
It has some kind of apocalyptical sight... seeing the storm raising...
Just nice! And see the huge engine of the 77W
| A visitor from Canada posted Fri May 7, 2010:|
Love it! You captured what looks like a sci-fi movie scene of some time travelling T7 trying to get the hell out of dodge before the impending storm of doom rains down on the war torn remains of the futuristic city.
| A visitor from - posted Fri May 7, 2010:|
| A visitor from United States posted Fri May 7, 2010:|
This picture really shows the true size of that GE engine!! A DC-9 can almost fit inside that engine!!!
| A visitor from Germany posted Fri May 7, 2010:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri May 7, 2010:|
Impressive building, great weather, beautiful wing. Perfect. 5*
Good job, mate.
| A visitor from Australia posted Fri May 7, 2010:|
Amazing photo, the back ground almost looks painted!
| A visitor from Spain posted Thu May 6, 2010:|
Talk about a spectacular scenario! brilliant work Daniel, congratulations
| A visitor from - posted Thu May 6, 2010:|
Massive engine, massive storm, massive building. Nice shot.
| A visitor from India posted Thu May 6, 2010:|
Thunderstorm in the desert! Good catch!